Pakistani students broke a world record by making ‘Longest Chain of People holding Wrists’
As Pakistanis are no strangers to world records. Numerous folks have made this nation proud by making records held by people all across the world.
Be it most A’s in A’ levels Ali Moeen Nawazish or the world’s largest volunteer ambulance service by the late Abdul Sattar Edhi, we’ve been featured several times in the Guinness Book of World Records.Pakistani student has set a new world record by getting most of the A-Grades (As) in International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), O-Level and A-Level exams.
Now also there is something special now. In the support of this cause ‘Internet for All’, Telenor Pakistan and the Beaconhouse School System have worked together and broken the Guinness World Record title for the ‘Longest Chain of People holding Wrists’.
Pakistani students broke a world record:
The official effort to make the new record took place on 29th September 2016 at Jinnah Stadium, Sports Complex Islamabad, where 2,950 contestants formed the human chain and kept it intact for 60 seconds.
On the same day, Telenor Pakistan celebrated the annual ‘Customer First Day’ for the fifth consecutive year. To highlight the responsible use of Internet, Telenor centered its annual day dedicated to customers on taking a stand for Safe Internet. Telenor employees in seven regions visited schools and public
In fact, Telenor employees in seven regions visited schools and public areas to inform and engage thousands of children and parents in Safe Internet usage.
Mr. Nassir Kasuri, Executive Director, Beaconhouse, shared his excitement of collaborating with Telenor. “We are thankful to Telenor Pakistan for collaborating with us to create this GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title. Telenor’s vision of on safe usage of internet is in line with ours. Our students must know how to keep themselves and others digitally safe.”